Sister Gumbo

Spicy Vignettes from Black Women on Life, Sex and Relationships

Ursula Inga Kindred and Mirranda Guerin-Williams

St. Martin's Griffin

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African-American women's lives and relationships are complex and at times, deliciously spicy. So, when two sisters decided to interview over twenty women about relationships, sex, spirituality, and self, the result was a fantastic collection of funny, sassy, and moving vignettes.

From Jackie, who still loves to have sex with her husband of 28 years, to Lady, who is considering the pro's and con's of her extramarital affair, to Ayoka, who recently discovered her own inner spirituality, these women will draw you in to their lives. Their candid interviews offer insightful and intimate portraits of everyday African-American women.

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Praise for Sister Gumbo

"A funny and frank discussion of relationships seasoned to perfection with just the right amount of wisdom and sass. Not to be missed."
- Francis Ray, national bestselling author of Like the First Time

"Sister Gumbo is emotional, touching and powerful! With a cast of characters we can all relate to, this book is a must read for every woman."
- Brenda Jackson, national bestselling author of The Savvy Sistahs

"The writing is outstanding and the authors really went out of their way to bring these stories to life. I could imagine myself talking with the [women], it is so down to earth. Made me feel right at home."
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram

"Gives the reader a trip into the joys, pains and life lessons of the female."
- The Southern Digest

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Ursula Inga Kindred and Mirranda Guerin-Williams

Ursula Inga Kindred has a bachelor of business administration degree in finance, from Texas Christian University. She lives outside of Fort Worth, Texas with her husband, Wade and their two sons.

Mirranda Guerrin-Williams spent six years in the United States Air Force, worked as a licensed cosmetologist, and is now employed by the federal government. She resides in a small town just outside of Fort Worth, Texas with her husband, Jerome and their daughter and son.

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Sister Gumbo
Spicy Vignettes from Black Women on Life, Sex and Relationships
Ursula Inga Kindred and Mirranda Guerin-Williams

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St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
August 2004
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781466825314
ISBN10: 1466825316
368 pages
$9.99

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Trade Paperback
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
August 2004
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312326791
ISBN10: 0312326793
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 368 pages
$15.99
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